2 Subway Tunnels Of The Future

Subway Tunnels Of The Future

Shielding of the inclined tunnel at the Maryina Roshcha Station is about to be completed soon. That was the first shield ever used and that’s why it had to undergo a lot of modernization tips.  First steps in studying are always difficult.

The shielding had to be completed by July 12 but workers could never meet the deadline as broken concrete turned into awful plastic substance after addition of reagents. The substance filled every hole and had to be removed. Soil bunker.

Bridge crane.

The inclined passage is almost ready.

This excavator obtains soil from the bunker and places it to the trunks.

Another bailer with soil.

The bailer contains 17-20 tones of soil.

The bailer itself weighs 8 tones.

It is impossible to remove the sticky mass out of the bailer.

The ready-made tunnel.


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2 Responses to “Subway Tunnels Of The Future”

  1. Boritz says:

    If the inclined portion is part of the passenger system, it will be an exciting ride! Perhaps they can charge double for this.

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